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Old 12-28-2012, 06:05 AM   #1
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tcase popping out of 4wd

I'm new to yoto-tech so hello all!
So I did 4.7 gears in my rear case and put a long field rear out put shaft in at the same time and now it pops out of 4wd when I coast or decel, if I hold it in 4wd it fights back hard, but when I get back on the gas it sucks it back into 4wd. Before the 4.7 and long field shaft it was hard to get out of 4wd. Any ideas? I do have twin sticks. Thanks.
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Old 12-28-2012, 06:19 AM   #2
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what brand twin sticks? did you take out the roll pin/
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Something isn't clearanced enough to fully seat when you are moving the 4WD shift rail.

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Old 12-28-2012, 11:10 PM   #4
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The twin sticks where in it already. Yes the interlock pin was removed.

I think I did Clearance it Enough cus it will go past the click in the shift rail.

Anymore ideas? I'm thinking maybe I missed a snap ring? I can't tell if one was left over cus I had to move my shop right after the install and I had about 10 people helping me so who knows who Grabbed what and where.
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I got it worked out. The output shaft was not machined right so when I locked the rear drive line flange down it locked all the gears together.
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